Sam Heughan has reunited with his Outlander co-star, and it's safe to say the sweet reunion was warmly welcomed by fans.
Posting on his Instagram, the Jamie Fraser actor shared a selfie of him and Men In Kilts travelling partner, Graham McTavish, as they recorded in a studio for their upcoming audiobook.
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The caption read: "Ah, the duo are back together! I also think I feel (slightly) sorry for @grahammctavish."
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Meanwhile, Graham, who played Dougal Mackenzie in the historical drama, also posted the snap, writing alongside it: "Back in the confines of a cramped airless space with he who can not only drive a camper van, act, produce, restore the earth to its axis, and lift very, very heavy things, but can also write and READ out LOUD!!! Yes! The one and only @samheughan. Together again to do our new audio book #clanlandsalmanac."
Plenty of Sam's followers flooded the comments expressing their excitement about the reunion and the audio book. One person summed it up in a comment: "So great to see you both together again. Can't wait to listen to your new audiobook."
Another picked up on Sam's comment in the caption, writing: "I think a lot of people don't feel bad for Graham at all and are actually jealous being so close and crammed with Sam. Congrats on the new book."
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Sam and Graham are recording their audiobook
Meanwhile, a third said: "They're back together – God's in his heaven all's right with the world", as a fourth quipped: "The boys are back in town!"
Sam recently announced another exciting update on his social media recently, he's joining a Death in Paradise star for a brand new series, and it looks seriously gripping.
Starring alongside former Death in Paradise favourite Ben Miller, as well as a host of other brilliant names like Jimmy Nesbitt, Anne Marie Duff, Sacha Dhawan, and Richard E. Grant, Sam will be appearing in Channel 4's eight-part series, Suspect.
The story follows veteran detective Danny Frater, played by James Nesbitt, who arrives at a mortuary to carry out a routine ID for an investigation, only to discover the body is that of his daughter Christina.
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